|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Sep 30 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 5(E):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Oct 16 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 6(F):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Dec 20 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2(B):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Jan 31 2022||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 4(D):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Mar 03 2022||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1(A):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Sep 04 2022||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 3(C):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
This six-bedroom apartment is found in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant and comes with a roof-deck. Located in the corner of Willoughby Ave and Tompkins Ave, you are in the center of Brooklyn’s cultural vibe, with international cuisine and comfort food, and just a train ride away from Manhattan.
Also referred to as Bed-Stuy, Bedford-Stuyvesant is the center of African American culture and was once home to Jackie Robinson and Jay-Z. It is filled with 19th century townhouses and indie boutiques. This six-bedroom, 1,000 sqft (929 sqm) apartment is located on the third of four floors (second floor in European) in a building built in 1931. Walking into this apartment, you are greeted with a fresh and modern apartment look. You have the historic neighborhood combined with freshness brought to the apartment, a mix of both worlds. In the living room you have a sofa, A/C, TV, and two large windows overlooking the corner view of the apartment. This apartment has an open space concept, flowing from your living room to your kitchen. In the kitchen you have a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, dishwasher, and an oven with a four-burner stove. On the kitchen counter, you also have four bar stools allowing you to enjoy your meal but also for entertaining. All six-bedrooms are rather similar but all with a different layout. Each bedroom comes fully furnished in a modern look, with a full-size bed, sheets, A/C, and each with grand windows overlooking your neighborhood. All bedrooms are differently decorated, but all maintain a modern look. Your apartment also comes with two bathrooms, each with a tub-shower, towels, water closet, a sink with cabinetry for space, and the first bathroom also comes with a window. The building is also equipped with an elevator. The apartment also comes with a washer and dryer in unit, and the whole apartment is covered in hardwood floors. There is also a roof-deck located on the building.
Located in the center of Brooklyn’s most cultural neighborhoods, Bed-Stuy has everything your heart desires, whether that is clothes or antique shopping or new flare restaurant or cocktail bars, there is always action in Bed-Stuy. Get to know your neighborhood by walking around and enjoying those 19th century townhouses, still in shape present day. They represent the old New York with a modern and hip twist. Go for breakfast, lunch, or dinner in one of the new flare restaurants in your neighborhood and enjoy comfort or cultural cuisine. At night, find yourself continuing the journey by going out and enjoying a drink in one of the many cocktail bars in Bed-Stuy. Maybe you’ll come across someone famous. Brooklyn is known to have some of the best vintage clothing and antique stores. So, during the day, go see what the whole fuss is about, and shop your heart out. If you want to explore the Brooklyn’s attractions, just a block away you have Myrtle-Willoughby Ave subway station offering access to line G. Just a 15-minute walk (0.7 miles / 1.1 km) you have the Myrtle Ave subway station offering you access to lines J, M, and Z. From there, you can walk on the Brooklyn Promenade, and enjoy the view of Lower Manhattan, and the three famous bridges: the Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge, and the Williamsburg Bridge. Lastly, if you saw what you wanted in Brooklyn, Manhattan is just a train ride away for more exploration.